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Is your cats fur flying everywhere?

Saturday, February 11, 2012
posted by Jim Murphy

I’m sure that you want to to keep your home free of cat fur and your cat free from hair balls. In order to accomplish this, regular brushing is essential.  Look for a brush that’s durable, effective at removing hair, comfortable to use, easily cleaned and enjoyable or at least tolerable for your cat. I use a brush that has fine wire bristles that are bent at an angle to trap hair. These are useful on both short and longer haired cats.  My older cat, Mollie loves it and comes into the bathroom every morning for her daily brushing. You could then continue with a soft bristle brush. This will make your cat’s coat gleam! Plastic tip brushes are gentler than wire for the sensitive skin of an older cat. Some cats really hate being brushed. A small rubber brush concealed in your palm can help you groom a cat who doesn’t like to be brushed. He’ll think that your petting him.

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